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PostHeaderIcon The New Volvo V60 Estate is Great, but is it Great Enough for a $10,000 Price Hike?

Volvo just recently introduced the V60 Estate, and it was a huge departure over the outgoing model. It featured a sportier, more attractive design to go with an interior that was suitable to actually compete with the likes of Audi and BMW. That’s something the old model, with its heavily outdated interior, just couldn’t do. There’s no denying that Volvo put a lot of work into revamping the V60, but a lot of that work was borrowed from the larger S90, so it’s not exactly new DNA. Be that as it may, Volvo believes the new V60 is worthy of a price tag that is more than $10,000 higher than that of the outgoing model – now that’s one hell of a price hike.

The truth is, Volkswagen has only released pricing for the U.K., where it will carry a window sticker that reads £31,810 or £7,665 more than the outgoing model. Do the currency conversion (Accurate as of May 18, 2018), and that computes to $42,890 or $10,334 more expensive. Volvo claims that the higher pricing is due to the step up in engineering, quality, and equipment. The equipment we can certainly agree on as the last model had an infotainment screen that looked like it was borrowed from 2008, to be honest.

In the end, though, that Volvo’s excuse for such a massive price hike only goes so far. Sure, it’s nicer, more attractive, and more technologically advanced, but the real reason is that it finally brings the pricing of the V60 inline with the Audi A4 Avant and BMW 3 Series Wagon. Volvo insists it will offer more equipment for the money, though, so maybe it won’t be so bad. Either way, a big selling point for the old V60 was that it was on the high side of affordable and now it officially moves into luxury pricing territory.

Sure, maybe it fits in the luxury category better. And, it does fit there better, but Volvo could have done much better to keep the pricing in a lower bracket compared to the competition. Either way, when it comes to the states, it’ll probably carry a price tag very similar to the A4 Allroad and the 3 Series Sport Wagon, its two main competitors in this market.

PostHeaderIcon Wallpaper of the Day: 2019 Volvo V60

Volvo finally revamped the V60 – the oldest model in its lineup – in 2018 in an attempt to give Audi and BMW a real competitor in the compact wagon segment. And, it did so by borrowing a lot of DNA from the new V90 – it’s larger brother. It becomes the most advanced vehicle in its class, putting the A4 Avant and C-Class Wagon to shame in an all-new way. It is offered with gasoline and hybrid drivetrains that are both fuel efficient, and it comes with some of the best safety features on the planet. And, to make matters even better, it looks good at the same time. As such, we figured we should give it some love and make it our wallpaper of the day. We’ve picked out our favorite and spread it through TopSpeed HQ, but we’ve included a gallery at the bottom if you want something different, or more than one. Check them out for yourself!

PostHeaderIcon Wallpaper of the Day: 2019 Volvo V60

Volvo finally revamped the V60 – the oldest model in its lineup – in 2018 in an attempt to give Audi and BMW a real competitor in the compact wagon segment. And, it did so by borrowing a lot of DNA from the new V90 – it’s larger brother. It becomes the most advanced vehicle in its class, putting the A4 Avant and C-Class Wagon to shame in an all-new way. It is offered with gasoline and hybrid drivetrains that are both fuel efficient, and it comes with some of the best safety features on the planet. And, to make matters even better, it looks good at the same time. As such, we figured we should give it some love and make it our wallpaper of the day. We’ve picked out our favorite and spread it through TopSpeed HQ, but we’ve included a gallery at the bottom if you want something different, or more than one. Check them out for yourself!

PostHeaderIcon Volvo Unveiled the V60 as the BMW 3-Series Touring, Mercedes C-Class Wagon, and Audi A4 Avant Trembled with Fear

What do you do when you have a new and gorgeous flagship vehicle? You shrink it to give the market a smaller and equally appealing product. That’s exactly what Volvo did with the V90 wagon earlier this year, and now it’s showcasing it at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show. I’m talking about the new Volvo V60, which will take on the BMW 3 Series Touring, the Mercedes-Benz C-Class Wagon, and the Audi A4 Avant in Europe.

2019 Volvo V60 Exterior Features


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“The V60 is arguably the most modern looking compact wagon available right now”

A close copy of the V90 but in a smaller package, the V60 is arguably the most modern looking compact wagon available right now. It has the same “Thor’s hammer” headlamps and the big, rectangular front grille, but a slightly sportier rear end. The interior once again mimics the V90, but with different trim, steering wheel, and door panels. Despite these changes, the V60 is just as luxurious as its bigger sibling, offering leather upholstery in the more expensive trims and a state-of-the-art Sensus infotainment system with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, 4G, and controllable via a tablet-style touchscreen.

2019 Volvo V60 Performance


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“The gasoline range includes the turbocharged T4 with 190 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque, and the turbocharged T5, which generates 254 horses and 295 pound-feet”

Engine options are obviously similar. The gasoline range includes the turbocharged T4 with 190 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque, and the turbocharged T5, which generates 254 horses and 295 pound-feet. The range-topping T6, which is both turbocharged and supercharged, cranks out 360 horsepower and 300 pound-feet of twist.

The diesel lineup starts with the D3, rated at 150 horsepower and 240 pound-feet, and moves up to the D4 with 190 horses and 300 pound-feet. The D5 version delivers a more solid 235 horsepower and 350 pound-feet of twist. All-wheel-drive is standard on most models and optional for the rest. Finally, the T8 hybrid drivetrain, which pairs a 2.0-liter, turbocharged and supercharged four-banger and a 60-kW (80-horsepower) electric motor, cranks out 390 horsepower. A less powerful T6 hybrid comes with 340 horses on tap. The eight-speed automatic transmission is standard regardless of the drivetrain setup.

2019 Volvo V60 Pricing


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European pricing starts from £31,810 in the United Kingdom, with deliveries scheduled to commence in the third quarter of the year. Make sure you check out our review for the full details.

References

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PostHeaderIcon Visual Comparison: 2019 Volvo V60 Wagon vs 2019 Kia Optima Sportswagon

There once was a time not too long ago when station wagons were becoming irrelevant. They still had a following, but fans of wagon we’re dwindling. Fast forward to the present, and the script has flipped entirely. Wagons are popular again, and a big part of that is the design reinvention they’ve enjoyed in recent years. Need two examples? Look no further than the Kia Optima Sportwagon and the Volvo V60.

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“Both the Kia Optima Sportwagon and the Volvo V60 represent the new age of wagon design”

I know this is a comparison, but how can you really go wrong with these two models? Both the Kia Optima Sportwagon and the Volvo V60 represent the new age of wagon design. The Optima is more of a pleasant surprise, particularly with its front section. It’s presented with aggressive-looking headlights that integrate well with Kia’s unmistakable Tigernose front grille. Actually, the grille on the Optima Sportwagon is a slightly different take on the Tigernose with the outer edges extending outward into the lights. For some reason, it works on the wagon. You’ll also notice how far the lights extend to the wheel arches, creating nice depth to the front-end design, especially when you’re looking at it from a 3/4 angle.

Kia did well in designing the front section of the Optima Sportwagon. Unfortunately, Volvo just did it better with the V60. I’ve said in the past. Volvo’s Thor headlamps are the best-designed headlamps in the business today. It’s better than anything. It’s simple, sexy, and provocative; all rolled into one. Volvo’s grille design also plays a prominent role in the front end design of the V60. Even the bumpers are carefully straddling the line between classy and sporty. There’s a nice balance to the overall look of the V60 that’s hammered home — no pun intended — by those headlamps.

Side

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“Both vehicles offer up similar looking side profiles with differences being negligible at best.”

Both vehicles offer up similar looking side profiles with differences being negligible at best. The V60, for example, features a sharp body line at the bottom of the doors where the Optima makes due with a concave effect – almost as if the two could lock together like a jigsaw puzzle. The Optima, for the most part, looks sharper in the corners thanks to the pointed design of both its headlights and taillights while the V60 has boxier looking units. The V60, on the other hand, takes the cake when it comes to the rear stationary glass while the Optima has a smaller window thanks to its upswept beltline. Both feature the same general slant to the roof but what makes the V60 stand out is the relatively thin rear pillars. Of course, one could argue that the triangular shape of the Optima’s rear quarters, or the shark-fin-like appearance of the rear pillar, actually give it the sportier appearance overall. All told, both cars are absolutely beautiful when viewed from the side, and that’s a very good thing given the statement both models need to make in such an under-appreciated segment.

Rear

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“I’ll give Kia credit for one thing: its design game has improved leaps and bounds in the last few years”

I’ll give Kia credit for one thing: its design game has improved leaps and bounds in the last few years. You can see it in how it managed to tie together the aesthetics of the Optima Sportwagon without trying too hard to make a statement. The rear section of the Kia wagon is a lot more restrained than the front, but that’s fine. I particularly like how Kia managed to design that section without prominently showcasing the rear bumper. The body lines blend it together, creating a nice contrast with the aggressive diffuser below it.

The rear section of the V60, on the other hand, is busier. A lot busier. If you squint at the photo and try to eliminate the vertical section of the taillights, you might even confuse it with a BMW. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, but it does have a little too many layers for my liking. From the spoiler, the trunk, the rear bumper, and the diffuser, there’s a lot going on in this section of the Volvo. Some people might find appeal in that, but compared to the Optima Sportwagon, I like the cleaner look of the Kia.

Interior

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“The V60’s interior is just gorgeous.”

You can tell by how the interior of these two wagons look which of the two brands is naturally inclined to design a luxury cabin and which is the one that’s trying to establish its own luxury identity. The V60’s interior is just gorgeous. There’s no going around it. The materials are top-quality, the surfaces are smooth and clean, and there’s enough comfortable space.

Kia accomplishes some of the same things, to a certain extent. The fact that customers can choose between cloth and leather upholstery is a good start, but it would’ve been better if Kia just offered the latter as standard equipment to establish itself more in the premium space. The Optima’s cabin looks fine — it might even be preferred by some customers — but the V60 gives you more for the money you’re going to spend.

References


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Read our full review on the 2019 Kia Optima Sportswagon.


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Read our full review on the 2019 Volvo V60.

PostHeaderIcon Visual Comparison: 2019 Volvo V60 Wagon vs 2019 Kia Optima Sportswagon

There once was a time not too long ago when station wagons were becoming irrelevant. They still had a following, but fans of wagon we’re dwindling. Fast forward to the present, and the script has flipped entirely. Wagons are popular again, and a big part of that is the design reinvention they’ve enjoyed in recent years. Need two examples? Look no further than the Kia Optima Sportwagon and the Volvo V60.

Front

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“Both the Kia Optima Sportwagon and the Volvo V60 represent the new age of wagon design”

I know this is a comparison, but how can you really go wrong with these two models? Both the Kia Optima Sportwagon and the Volvo V60 represent the new age of wagon design. The Optima is more of a pleasant surprise, particularly with its front section. It’s presented with aggressive-looking headlights that integrate well with Kia’s unmistakable Tigernose front grille. Actually, the grille on the Optima Sportwagon is a slightly different take on the Tigernose with the outer edges extending outward into the lights. For some reason, it works on the wagon. You’ll also notice how far the lights extend to the wheel arches, creating nice depth to the front-end design, especially when you’re looking at it from a 3/4 angle.

Kia did well in designing the front section of the Optima Sportwagon. Unfortunately, Volvo just did it better with the V60. I’ve said in the past. Volvo’s Thor headlamps are the best-designed headlamps in the business today. It’s better than anything. It’s simple, sexy, and provocative; all rolled into one. Volvo’s grille design also plays a prominent role in the front end design of the V60. Even the bumpers are carefully straddling the line between classy and sporty. There’s a nice balance to the overall look of the V60 that’s hammered home — no pun intended — by those headlamps.

Side

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“Both vehicles offer up similar looking side profiles with differences being negligible at best.”

Both vehicles offer up similar looking side profiles with differences being negligible at best. The V60, for example, features a sharp body line at the bottom of the doors where the Optima makes due with a concave effect – almost as if the two could lock together like a jigsaw puzzle. The Optima, for the most part, looks sharper in the corners thanks to the pointed design of both its headlights and taillights while the V60 has boxier looking units. The V60, on the other hand, takes the cake when it comes to the rear stationary glass while the Optima has a smaller window thanks to its upswept beltline. Both feature the same general slant to the roof but what makes the V60 stand out is the relatively thin rear pillars. Of course, one could argue that the triangular shape of the Optima’s rear quarters, or the shark-fin-like appearance of the rear pillar, actually give it the sportier appearance overall. All told, both cars are absolutely beautiful when viewed from the side, and that’s a very good thing given the statement both models need to make in such an under-appreciated segment.

Rear

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“I’ll give Kia credit for one thing: its design game has improved leaps and bounds in the last few years”

I’ll give Kia credit for one thing: its design game has improved leaps and bounds in the last few years. You can see it in how it managed to tie together the aesthetics of the Optima Sportwagon without trying too hard to make a statement. The rear section of the Kia wagon is a lot more restrained than the front, but that’s fine. I particularly like how Kia managed to design that section without prominently showcasing the rear bumper. The body lines blend it together, creating a nice contrast with the aggressive diffuser below it.

The rear section of the V60, on the other hand, is busier. A lot busier. If you squint at the photo and try to eliminate the vertical section of the taillights, you might even confuse it with a BMW. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, but it does have a little too many layers for my liking. From the spoiler, the trunk, the rear bumper, and the diffuser, there’s a lot going on in this section of the Volvo. Some people might find appeal in that, but compared to the Optima Sportwagon, I like the cleaner look of the Kia.

Interior

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“The V60’s interior is just gorgeous.”

You can tell by how the interior of these two wagons look which of the two brands is naturally inclined to design a luxury cabin and which is the one that’s trying to establish its own luxury identity. The V60’s interior is just gorgeous. There’s no going around it. The materials are top-quality, the surfaces are smooth and clean, and there’s enough comfortable space.

Kia accomplishes some of the same things, to a certain extent. The fact that customers can choose between cloth and leather upholstery is a good start, but it would’ve been better if Kia just offered the latter as standard equipment to establish itself more in the premium space. The Optima’s cabin looks fine — it might even be preferred by some customers — but the V60 gives you more for the money you’re going to spend.

References


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Read our full review on the 2019 Kia Optima Sportswagon.


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Read our full review on the 2019 Volvo V60.

PostHeaderIcon 2019 Volvo V60 Vs. 2018 Audi A4 Allroad – A Visual Comparison

It doesn’t get much more “Volvo” than that old standby body style we all know and love. I’m of course talking about the station wagon, a favorite for both families and modern automotive journalists. The Swedish brand is certainly well-versed in this space, as is evident by the release of its latest wagon, the new mid-size V60. Officially breaking cover at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show, stateside buyers will be happy to know that this gorgeous piece of extended roof goodness is indeed arriving on these shores to meet all your grocery-getting needs. But how does it compare against the competition? To find out,we lined it up against another luxury wagon, namely the Audi A4 Allroad, and gave ’em both a thorough visual shakedown, diving into the aesthetics, the equipment, and what’s going on under the hood.

Continue reading for the full comparison.

2019 Volvo V60 Vs. 2018 Audi A4 Allroad Performance


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“Thanks to its tall suspension and standard AWD, the Audi is the preferred choice when tackling less-than-ideal conditions. On the other hand, the Volvo offers more power and fun, as well as potentially greater efficiency thanks to that hybrid set-up.”

Let’s kick things off with the performance side of the equation for both these wagons, starting with the new Volvo V60. Taking cues from its larger sibling, the V90, the V60 adopts the same engine lineup. These include three gas-powered units, three diesels (which are only offered in Europe, byt the way), and even a couple of hybrids. Each utilizes a 2.0-liter four-cylinder for the go-juice burning, with the base model T4 producing 190 horsepower. Above that is the 254-horse T5, followed by the range-topping twin-charged (supercharged and turbocharged) T6, which makes 360 horsepower. The diesels can be had in 150-horsepower, 190-horsepower, and 235-horsepower configurations, while the hybrids make upwards of 390 horsepower, plus the option for a mid-grade 340-horse configuration. An eight-speed automatic handles the cog swaps, sending power either to the front or all four corners, depending on the model picked.


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“The engine lineup is limited to a single turbo 2.0-liter four-cylinder making 252 horsepower and 273 pound-feet of torque”

Moving on to the Audi, things get a different focus. For starters, quattro AWD is standard, which means this thing has more grip right off the bat. The engine lineup is limited to a single turbo 2.0-liter four-cylinder making 252 horsepower and 273 pound-feet of torque. Routed through a seven-speed automatic transmission, it’s enough to propel the Audi to 60 mph in 5.9 seconds. If you live overseas, you can also get yours with a variety of diesel options, which range between 218 horsepower and 272 horsepower.

On the surface, then, the Audi is slower, but that’s only half the story. Thanks to its impressive quattro AWD system, taller suspension, and rugged set-up, the Audi is also the preferred choice when tackling less-than-ideal conditions. The Volvo might be quicker, but it’s lower suspension and optional AWD put it at a disadvantage if you’re heading off the beaten path looking for that trail head. On the other hand, the Volvo offers more power and fun, as well as potentially greater efficiency thanks to that hybrid set-up. It really just depends on what you want.

2019 Volvo V60 Vs. 2018 Audi A4 Allroad Front

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Now let’s check out how these two rides look. The Volvo is a truly striking piece of design, adopting the Swedish brand’s latest language. Right off the bat, it looks like the V60 adopts a lot of what we originally saw in the latest V90, and we’re liking what we see. The stance is low and wide, with vertical slats used for the central grille intake. The headlights also utilize something Volvo is calling “Thor’s Hammer,” with T-shaped LED daytime running lights that stretch across the center section of the housings. Lower aero fins house the fog lights in the corners and the bottom intake.

Side-by-side, the Audi A4 Allroad actually looks somewhat similar to the Volvo, at least from the front. The Germans use a simple, rounded design, rocking loads of polished metal. The Audi also comes with headlights that get L-shaped LED daytime running lights and vertical slats in the grille. The Audi, however, gets a larger opening compared to the Volvo, encompassing both the upper and lower portions into a single feature. Small fog lights are in the corners, framed by flat-black surrounds. There’s also a skid plate along the lower section of the bumper to enhance the wagon’s off-road worthiness.

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Moving around to the sides, we find the Volvo’s roof line is long and straight, falling back into the hatch at an abrupt angle. The window line lends the vehicle a forward-leaning rake, narrowing towards the rear end, while pumped up fenders and character lines enhance the look. Indents in the doors give it a bit more visual beef around the fenders, while the ride height is low, crouched over the large alloy wheels and relatively thin tires. More polished trim is used for the window surrounds.

By contrast, the Audi is much taller, rising above the terrain with an extra 1.3 inches of ground clearance when compared to the standard Audi A4 Avant. Standard spec throws in 18-inch wheels, which come wrapped in grippy Pirelli tires. The fenders and side runners are covered in a matte-black plastic that’s design to ward away bits of the landscape that get flung up while on the move, while tall roof rails enhance the wagon’s practicality. Polished “quattro” badges declare the wagon’s extra grip.

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Finally, let’s take a look at the rear of these wagons. The Volvo gets a traditionally Volvo-esque design for the taillights, with L-shaped housings that stretch upwards towards the roof, adding to the car’s sense of tallness. However, this modernized vehicle does away with the frumpiness of older Volvos, and it brings the look into the modern era and makes it look good in the process. The hatch is wide and practical, with the taillight housings divided to make loading and unloading that much easier. Offsetting the tall taillights are horizontal layouts for the lower bumper trim and dual trapezoidal exhaust tips. A trailing edge roof spoiler completes it.

The Audi once again brings a skid plate feature along the bumper’s lowest edge, with aero slats added for good measure. The exhaust consists of a twin polished pipes pushed to one side, while the taillights are horizontal. The hatch looks equally as accommodating as that of the Volvo, but the roof spoiler is much more subtle. The rear angle also reveals Audi’s pumped-up ride height with a whole lot of clarity.

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When you break it down, these two vehicles are designed to tackle rather different lifestyles. The Volvo, is sleek and refined, the perfect pavement cruiser with lots of power (if desired) and a road presence that is undeniable. It feels elegant and stylish, and it’s got all the right features to make you the envy of the other soccer moms in the drop-off line.

Then there’s the Audi, which is far more rugged and versatile. The tall ride height and tough underbody cladding frame it as a solid alternative to the traditional crossover, and the standard AWD underlines that facet. It’s not quite as elegant and stylish as the Volvo, but it certainly has its own charm as well.

To sum up, then – the Volvo is great for the pavement, the Audi is great for everything else.

Which would you prefer?

References


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Read our full review on the 2019 Volvo V60.


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Read our full review on the 2018 Audi A4 Allroad.

PostHeaderIcon Volvo V60

After several years with slow sales and dated products, Volvo began to revive its vehicle lineup with a new architecture and a fresh design language. It started things off with the XC90 in 2014, but several models followed suit until 2017. The V60 remained the oldest car in the lineup to still feature the old design, but this just changed ahead of the 2018 Geneva Motor Show, as Volvo unveiled a new compact station wagon. After struggling to compete against similar offerings from BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and Audi for nearly eight years, the V60 finally has what it takes to climb higher in the compact premium segment.

Essentially a shrunken V90 on the outside, the V60 boasts the same tech and safety packages as the larger Volvo models. This makes it the most advanced vehicle in its class, despite both the Audi A4 Avant and Mercedes-Benz C-Class Wagon still being relatively new. It also gained most of the V90’s drivetrain lineup, which includes both gasoline and diesel mills, as well as a hybrid. But unlike the V90, the V60 gets a second, less powerful hybrid drivetrain for customers looking for a more affordable electrified vehicle. But let’s find out more about that in the review below.

Continue reading to learn more about the Volvo V60.

Volvo V60 Exterior

  • V90-based design
  • Thor’s hammer headlamps
  • Sporty bumpers
  • Longer wheelbase
  • Modern design overall
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“The new V60 looks as sexy as they get with the new, V90-based design language”

At first glance, the V60 is pretty much a downsized V90. Surprised? You shouldn’t be. The styling cues seen on the S90 and V90 models will eventually trickle down into all Volvo cars and it makes sense for all wagons to mimic the V90. It’s the usual “same sausage, different lengths” strategy used by most automakers.

But that’s not a bad thing. The new V60 looks as sexy as they get with the new design language and it’s definitely fresh when compared to other premium compact wagons out there, including the BMW 3 Series, Mercedes-Benz C-Class, and the Audi A4 Avant.

The front fascia is a close copy of the V90, using the same “Thor’s hammer” headlamps and the big, rectangular grille. The front bumper seems a bit different though, with smaller black inserts in the side intakes. On the other hand, the three-piece outlet configuration is pretty much the same and includes the large trapezoidal cutout in the middle.

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“The front fascia is a close copy of the V90, using the same "Thor’s hammer" headlamps and the big grille”

The profile is very similar, down to the identical beltline and lower character line and the overall shape of the greenhouse. However, the C-pillar is slightly different, as is the third window, which is a tad shorter. The rear overhang is shorter too, while the tailgate isn’t as sleek as the V90’s.

I can see minor differences around back too. For starters, the tailgate spoiler seems a bit more aggressive. The tailgate has a smaller window, typical for compact wagons, and it’s shaped differently above the license plate recess. The taillights and bumper are similar to the V90’s, but the former sport a different LED layout. And I like the V60’s more to be honest.

All told, there aren’t any surprises to talk about. I don’t know about you, but I was expecting this compact wagon to look like a shrunken V90.

Volvo V60 Interior

  • Also based on the V90
  • Vertical infotainment display
  • Clean center stack
  • Wide center console
  • Leather and cloth
  • Good fit and finish
  • Premium look
  • Loads of new tech

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“Interestingly enough, the dash seems a bit taller in this car, almost similar to what we usually find in a crossover”

Much like the exterior, the interior is heavily based on the S90 and V90 models. There are a few notable differences, but all the familiar details from the larger models are there, including the boxy dashboard, the vertically-oriented infotainment screen, and the wide center console.

Interestingly enough, the dash seems a bit taller in this car, almost similar to what we usually find in a crossover. The chrome trim is also different, now descending at the corners to run below the slightly larger A/C vents. The steering wheel is a bit different too, as are the door panels, with revised trim and armrests, and with the door handle placed just under the window.


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“The Sensus infotainment system is fully compatible with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and 4G”

Both the center stack and console layouts are identical, and this is a good thing, as the S90 and V90 have one of the cleanest configurations I’ve seen in a modern car. Controls outside the infotainment system are limited to a thin stripe below the display and a start button near the gear shifter.

Volvo didn’t provide too many details yet, but the model pictured here seems to have cloth and leather upholstery. The seating surfaces and the door panels have a unique black and white design that gives the car a vintage, yet premium vibe. Definitely a breath of fresh air compared to what you get from the competition.

No word on tech either, but Volvo did say that the state-of-the-art Sensus infotainment system is fully compatible with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and 4G. The system is controlled via an intuitive tablet-style touch screen that combines car functions, navigation, connected services, and entertainment apps. Yup, it’s exactly what you get in the larger S90 and V90, which is very cool.

Volvo V60 Drivetrain

  • T5 and T6 gasoline engines
  • D3 and D4 diesel units
  • Two hybrid drivetrains
  • Up to 390 horsepower
  • Eight-speed automatic
  • All-wheel drive

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“Since it sits on the same underpinnings as the V90, the V60 gets the same engines”

Since it sits on the same underpinnings as the V90, the V60 gets the same engines. Well, not all of them, and it actually gets a unit that the V90 doesn’t have, but you get the point. The big wagon can be had with three gasoline engines, three diesels, and a hybrid drivetrain, all of them built around 2.0-liter four-cylinder units. Volvo ditched both six-cylinder and V-8 engines recently and doesn’t plan on offering something similar ever again.

For the V90 and other recently launched models, the gasoline range includes the turbocharged T4 with 190 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque, and the turbocharged T5, which generates 254 horses and 295 pound-feet. Finally, the range-topping T6, which is both turbocharged and supercharged, cranks out 360 horsepower and 300 pound-feet of twist. Volvo says that the V60 will arrive with the T5 and T6, but no word on the T4 yet. This might be the case for the U.S. market, but the T4 will definitely become available in Europe at some point.


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“The V60 benefits from a new T6 hybrid drivetrain with less output than the T8”

The diesel lineup consists of the D3, rated at 150 horsepower and 240 pound-feet, the D4 with 190 horses and 300 pound-feet, and the D5 with a solid 235 horsepower and an impressive 350 pound-feet. While the D3 and D4 are available with either FWD or AWD, the D5 is an all-wheel-drive model only. Again, there’s a slight difference compared to the V90 here, as the D5 unit isn’t included on the V60’s list. It could become part of the lineup later this year or in 2019 though.

Finally, there’s the hybrid drivetrain, and here’s where the big news lies. While the V90 gets the T8, which pairs a 2.0-liter, turbocharged and supercharged four-banger and a 60-kW (80-horsepower) electric motor, the V60 also benefits from a new T6 hybrid with less output. Both work on the same principle and share the same components, but while the T8 cranks out up to 390 horsepower, the T6 generates up to 340 horses. The T6 hybrid is actually a good idea, as it will give customers access to a slightly more affordable hybrid, as well as a choice of two gasoline-electric combos, which the competition doesn’t have.

All engines mate to an eight-speed automatic transmission in other models and this shouldn’t change for the V60. In the U.S., only the gasoline and hybrid setups will be offered. At least at first.

Volvo V60 Safety


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Volvo says that the V60’s safety package is identical to the V90, so it includes active systems like Lane Keeping Aid, Driver Alert Control, Road Sign Information, Run-off Road Mitigation, Run-off Road Protection, and the City Safety package, all of which should be standard. The latter is able to detect vehicles, pedestrians, cyclists, and large animals and it’s always active above 4 km/h (2.5 mph).

Options should include Blind Spot Information, Rear Collision Warning, Cross Traffic Alert, Adaptive Cruise Control, Pilot Assist, Distance Alert, Park Assist Pilot and a 360-degree camera.

Just like the V90, the V60 will be a semi-autonomous vehicle thanks to Volvo’s new Pilot Assist feature. When activated, the system controls acceleration, braking, and steering in order to help the driver follow the traffic flow within the current lane. It also reduces driver strain in tedious situations and increases safety, while also delivering enhanced speed and distance keeping in the lane.

Volvo V60 Prices


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Although the upcoming V60 is already listed on Volvo’s U.S. website (with a cover on obviously), there’s no pricing information available as of February 2018. The old model retails from $38,250 and the redesign could add a premium to that sticker. I’d say that the base model will start from between $39,000 to $40,000. With the BMW 3 Series Sports Wagon and the Audi A4 Allroad priced from a little over $44,000 each, Volvo has enough room to put a premium over the old V60, but still keep it more affordable than the competition.

In the U.K., however, the new V60 starts from £31,810, with full pricing and specification details to be announced later. Deliveries are expected to begin in the third quarter of the year.

Like the rest of the company’s new models, the V60 can be accessed via Volvo’s new premium subscription service, Care by Volvo, which offers car access via a monthly flat-fee subscription rather than ownership. Care by Volvo makes having a car “as transparent, easy and hassle free as having a mobile phone,” according to the Swedish automaker.

Volvo V60 Competition

BMW 3 Series Sports Wagon


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The 3 Series Sports Wagon is essentially the only full-fledged competitor to the V60 that you can get in the U.S., where the station wagon market is extremely poor. The Bimmer is a bit though, as it’s been around since 2012. And a new-generation model won’t become available until at least 2019. But the design is still somewhat fresh,
The good news is that the Sports Wagon is available with a couple of drivetrain in North America. There’s the familiar 330i xDrive model with 248 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque and the 328d xDrive, a diesel that comes with 188 horsepower and 295 pound-feet on tap. Pricing for the former starts from $44,650, while the latter retails from $46,150.

Read our full story of the 2017 BMW 3 Series Sports Wagon.

Audi A4 Allroad


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In the absence of the regular Audi A4 Avant and the Mercedes-Benz C-Class Wagon here in the U.S., the A4 Allroad remains the only option besides the 3 Series Sports Wagon. Unlike the 3 Series Sports Wagon, the A4 Allroad is only a couple of years old, being based on the latest A4, unveiled in 2015. The redesign brought a sportier exterior styling with sharper lines, a design language we first saw on the latest Q7 SUV. The interior boasts the new continuous air-vent strip that stretches the entire width of the dashboard, updated materials, and the company’s latest tech and safety features. The A4 Allroad is available in three trims in the U.S., but all use the same 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine rated at 252 horsepower and 273 pound-feet of torque. Of course, thanks to the crossover-like ride height, the A4 Allroad is more capable in rough terrain than its rivals. Pricing starts from $44,500.

Read our full review of the Audi A4 Allroad.

Conclusion


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Despite not looking as sexy as its German counterparts, the previous-generation V60 had many attributes. It was comfortable, safe, and efficient. On the flip side, it was rather cramped inside the cabin and the trunk wasn’t very impressive either. The new V60 seems to fix these issues, while the new design turns the pleasant-to-look-at wagon into an actually beautiful grocery getter. The new tech, the Care by Volvo program, and the advanced safety features only make things that much better and place the V60 ahead of the competition, at least until BMW rolls out a redesigned 3 Series. But even then the V60 might still remain the most exciting compact wagon on the premium market.

  • Leave it
    • * Volvo badge still not very powerful
    • * New BMW 3 Series wagon underway

References

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PostHeaderIcon Shots of the Volvo V60 Have Leaked Ahead of Geneva Debut

Unless someone had far too much time on his hands and decided to go on a Photoshop binge, what you’re looking at here appears to be the new Volvo V60. The Swedish automaker’s next-generation wagon is scheduled to hit the auto show scene in Geneva next month, but if these photos are accurate, we’re getting a good look at the wagon’s side and rear sections. Color me impressed. The new V60 looks like the kind of wagon you’d want people to see you driving.


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“The combination of the long hood, the sliding roof, and the angular rear create a sporty and aggressive profile that belies its wagon status”

Because of their unusual appearance, it’s hard for wagons to really make a lasting stylistic impression in the eyes of customers. But there’s something different about the new Volvo V60. It doesn’t just dump that perception; it throws it in the trash with the ferocity of a Zlatan Ibrahimovic free kick.

A big part of the V60’s appeal is its profile. It’s not as big as the V90, but the combination of the long hood, the sliding roof, and the angular rear create a sporty and aggressive profile that belies its wagon status. The body lines are also perfectly placed, ultimately making V60 look more muscular than it probably is. It’s not a surprise that a lot of the V90’s design cues seem to have found their way into the V60. It worked on the bigger wagon. Now it looks it’s going to do the same for its younger brother.

The shot of the rear also shows how creased those body lines are. The short line just above the rear tires transition into the wagon’s taillights. The rear’s configuration is also similar to the V90, which we’re not really complaining about. The roof rack on top is a solid addition, though that’s probably going to come as an option for those who want to get one.

On the performance end, the new V60 should make use of the engine lineup Volvo has for its crossover equivalent, the XC60. That could include a T5 trim with a 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-four cylinder that has 250 horsepower on tap and a T6 trim with a 2.0-liter turbocharged and supercharged inline-four that produces 316 horsepower. The range-topping T8 hybrid trim should also be on the menu with an electric motor joining the same T6 engine to produce a combined output of 400 horses.

The all-new Volvo V60 will make its official debut on Wednesday, February 21, before making the trip to the Geneva Motor Show in early March.

References

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PostHeaderIcon Volvo S60 & V60 Polestar Champion Edition

Volvo took a title win in the FIA World Touring Car Championship this year thanks to the efforts of Cyan Racing and its S60 Polestar TC1 racer. Leading the charge was driver Thed Bjork, who also managed to grab the Driver’s Championship, making him the first Swede to “win a motor racing world title” according to Volvo. In recognition of that, the brand is releasing upgraded iterations of the S60 sedan and V60 wagon dubbed the Polestar Performance World Champion Edition.

Continue reading to learn more about the Volvo S60 and V60 Polestar Champion Edition.

What Makes The Volvo S60 And V60 Polestar Champion Edition Special


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“These machines come from Polestar, a dedicated tuner and performance company that specializes in making fast Volvos”

Volvo released updates for the S60 and V60 just a few years ago and recently announced the arrival of a third generation for the 2019 model year. That makes these hot-to-trot iterations well timed to take advantage of any renewed interest in the nameplates before the arrival of the all-new models sometime next year.

Luckily, these aren’t some poseur special editions with a little black trim in the cabin and an overinflated price tag. Rather, these machines come from Polestar, a dedicated tuner and performance company that specializes in making fast Volvos. Polestar announced it was becoming a dedicated electric performance car company last October, but before that happens, we’re getting these slick-and-quick four- and five-doors.


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“Upgrades were added everywhere.”

Upgrades were added everywhere. Under the hood, Polestar optimization added newfound ponies and torque, with up to 10 extra horsepower and 50 Nm (38 pound-feet) of twist at the top of the heap. You’ll also get quicker shifts and a sharper throttle response. Hard bits include a free-flowing exhaust and sports air filter, while outside, there are new 19-inch alloy wheels wrapped in high-performance tires, plus fresh styling and aero thanks to a new rear spoiler and diffuser combo. Upping the handling chops are new dampers and springs. Inside, there’s a new Polestar shifter.

“The engineers from Polestar and Cyan Racing have worked collaboratively on engineering developments for existing Polestar road cars for many years,” says Christian Samson, Product and Development head at Polestar. “It’s therefore fitting that we celebrate the remarkable achievement of securing our maiden World Championship by adding more performance to the cars that have been instrumental this season.”

The S60 and V60 Polestar Performance World Champion Editions are offered on all D4, D5, T5, and T6 trim levels, and will head to all markets globally.

References

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Read our full review on the 2017 Volvo S60.

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Read our full review on the 2017 Volvo V60.

PostHeaderIcon Volvo V60 Polestar Is The New WTCC Safety Car

In October 2015, Volvo unveiled the S60 Polestar TC1 race car and announced that it has joined the World Touring Car Championship (WTCC) in a partnership with Cyan Racing. With the 2016 season set to kick off on April 3rd at Circuit Paul Ricard in France, the Swedish automaker revealed it will also supply the championship’s new safety car. The vehicle in question is based on the V60 Polestar unveiled in 2015 and will pace the WTCC for the coming seasons, according to a “new long-term agreement” with the FIA.

“Last October we welcomed Polestar’s long-term commitment to the WTCC as a manufacturer. Now we welcome Polestar as the new Official Safety Car partner of the WTCC, an exclusive opportunity which will allow them to promote their extremely safe and high-performing V60 Polestar flagship model around the world,” said François Ribeiro, Head of Eurosport Events, the promoted of the WTCC.

Much like all safety cars seen on the track today, the V60 Polestar WTCC is actually a road-going model with minor exterior modifications that include a light bar on the roof, and “Safety Car” and “WTCC” markings on the doors and engine hood. Modifications are more extensive on the inside, where the wagon received a roll cage, rescue and communication equipment, all built to meet the rigorous safety requirements of the FIA and WTCC. The drivetrain remains unchanged, meaning the wagon uses a 3.0-liter inline-six engine rated at 350 horsepower and 369 pound-feet of torque, a six-speed automatic transmission, and a Haldex all-wheel drive system.

The V60 Polestar will lead the WTCC field ahead of the races and will also follow the pack on the opening lap for 12 events in 2016. The season begins in early April in France and will end in late November in Qatar.

Continue reading to learn more about the Volvo V60 Polestar WTCC Safety Car.


PostHeaderIcon Volvo V60 Edition

In 2014, Volvo launched the second-generation XC90, a vehicle that showcased the company’s new styling language and its new range of fuel-efficient, four-cylinder engines. The Swedish overhaul continued in 2015 and 2016 with the introduction of the S90 and V90, which act as Volvo’s range-topping sedan and wagon, respectively. In the meantime, the rest of Volvo’s lineup has either remained unchanged or received mild facelifts. This will change in the next few years when all its vehicles will adopt the new design and technology, but until that happens, the Swedish brand is trying to improve sales by building various special-edition models. The latest nameplate to receive such treatment is the V60, which will be sold with an “Edition” badge in Europe starting 2016.

Just like any special-edition out there, the V60 Edition received a few extra features inside and out, which should add “an additional splash of dynamism” to the wagon. Customers will get to pick between new colors and wheels, and enjoy a better equipped vehicle with several options now offered as standard equipment.

There’s no word whether an Edition package is planned for the V60 Cross Country or not. Should that happen, the update will find its way into U.S. dealerships as well. Until that happens, let’s have a closer look at the wagon version below.

Continue reading to learn more about the Volvo V60 Edition.


PostHeaderIcon Volvo V60 Edition

In 2014, Volvo launched the second-generation XC90, a vehicle that showcased the company’s new styling language and its new range of fuel-efficient, four-cylinder engines. The Swedish overhaul continued in 2015 and 2016 with the introduction of the S90 and V90, which act as Volvo’s range-topping sedan and wagon, respectively. In the meantime, the rest of Volvo’s lineup has either remained unchanged or received mild facelifts. This will change in the next few years when all its vehicles will adopt the new design and technology, but until that happens, the Swedish brand is trying to improve sales by building various special-edition models. The latest nameplate to receive such treatment is the V60, which will be sold with an “Edition” badge in Europe starting 2016.

Just like any special-edition out there, the V60 Edition received a few extra features inside and out, which should add “an additional splash of dynamism” to the wagon. Customers will get to pick between new colors and wheels, and enjoy a better equipped vehicle with several options now offered as standard equipment.

There’s no word whether an Edition package is planned for the V60 Cross Country or not. Should that happen, the update will find its way into U.S. dealerships as well. Until that happens, let’s have a closer look at the wagon version below.

Continue reading to learn more about the Volvo V60 Edition.


PostHeaderIcon Volvo V60 Edition

In 2014, Volvo launched the second-generation XC90, a vehicle that showcased the company’s new styling language and its new range of fuel-efficient, four-cylinder engines. The Swedish overhaul continued in 2015 and 2016 with the introduction of the S90 and V90, which act as Volvo’s range-topping sedan and wagon, respectively. In the meantime, the rest of Volvo’s lineup has either remained unchanged or received mild facelifts. This will change in the next few years when all its vehicles will adopt the new design and technology, but until that happens, the Swedish brand is trying to improve sales by building various special-edition models. The latest nameplate to receive such treatment is the V60, which will be sold with an “Edition” badge in Europe starting 2016.

Just like any special-edition out there, the V60 Edition received a few extra features inside and out, which should add “an additional splash of dynamism” to the wagon. Customers will get to pick between new colors and wheels, and enjoy a better equipped vehicle with several options now offered as standard equipment.

There’s no word whether an Edition package is planned for the V60 Cross Country or not. Should that happen, the update will find its way into U.S. dealerships as well. Until that happens, let’s have a closer look at the wagon version below.

Continue reading to learn more about the Volvo V60 Edition.


PostHeaderIcon Volvo V60 Edition

In 2014, Volvo launched the second-generation XC90, a vehicle that showcased the company’s new styling language and its new range of fuel-efficient, four-cylinder engines. The Swedish overhaul continued in 2015 and 2016 with the introduction of the S90 and V90, which act as Volvo’s range-topping sedan and wagon, respectively. In the meantime, the rest of Volvo’s lineup has either remained unchanged or received mild facelifts. This will change in the next few years when all its vehicles will adopt the new design and technology, but until that happens, the Swedish brand is trying to improve sales by building various special-edition models. The latest nameplate to receive such treatment is the V60, which will be sold with an “Edition” badge in Europe starting 2016.

Just like any special-edition out there, the V60 Edition received a few extra features inside and out, which should add “an additional splash of dynamism” to the wagon. Customers will get to pick between new colors and wheels, and enjoy a better equipped vehicle with several options now offered as standard equipment.

There’s no word whether an Edition package is planned for the V60 Cross Country or not. Should that happen, the update will find its way into U.S. dealerships as well. Until that happens, let’s have a closer look at the wagon version below.

Continue reading to learn more about the Volvo V60 Edition.


PostHeaderIcon Volvo V60 Twin Engine Special Edition

Volvo is quite busy these days. From working to revamp its lineup by 2018 and shifting its focus from EVs to plug-in hybrids, the Swedish automaker is elbows deep into reinventing itself. Heck, Volvo even said it wants to start selling cars online and limit its auto show attendance dramatically. But until the company’s marketing turns into a completely digital experience, the Swedes are still alive and kicking at auto shows the world over. Having showcased the unusual S60 Cross Country at the Detroit Auto Show, Volvo joined the Geneva Motor Show to introduce a brand-new hybrid plug-in.

Named the V60 D5 Twin Engine (Volvo talk for hybrid), the new wagon is essentially a more-powerful version of the already familiar V60 diesel-hybrid. In short, the Swedish are broadening their Twin Engine product range, a trend that’s likely to expand. Although showcased as a special edition with limited availability, the V60 D5 Twin Engine will also receive a regular version to be sold alongside the D6 hybrid.

Continue reading to learn more about the Volvo V60 Twin Engine Special Edition.

Volvo V60 Twin Engine Special Edition originally appeared on topspeed.com on Wednesday, 4 March 2015 19:00 EST.

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